Gurri is a flowy cross-country trail that starts with a short climb then a winding descent with lovely views.
Another gentle climb then a short descent returns riders to the Southern Trail Hub.
In the language of the Dja Dja Warrung, 'Gurri' means 'Eastern Grey Kangaroo'
Gurri is one of the easier intermediate trails in the park, so you might find you get more of a chance to look around. If you do, you're quite likely to see gurri grazing in the open woodlands, especially in the dusky times of day.
A fast paced flowing loop, Gurri starts with a climb before a series of berms and corners take you down into a steep gully. The gully is overlooked by the steep switchback turns on Gart Gart (#7).
Once you climb out of the gully and head across the hill, you'll get a chance to hone your skills on small to medium berms and introductory rock features that punctuate the way back to the southern trailhub.